The project entailed building out a shell space at the Harford Mall. We faced challenges of fitting all of the required kitchen equipment into a small space while providing seating for customers.
To solve the space constraints we constructed a storage area above the kitchen with a cantilevered serpentine bulkhead above the display area that provided s space for utilities and storage. This allowed the customer area to have an open structure industrial look.
As a result we were able to provide the owner with the finished appearance that we constructed at the Little Italy and Canton Crossing locations.
|Architect||Design Evolution Architecture, LLC|